EPL Week 10 Predictions, Betting Picks & Odds

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The Premier League is once again at the heart of the calendar this weekend, with some huge games catching the eye.

Manchester City got back to winning ways last time out but face a Manchester Derby this weekend, whilst Arsenal will also be looking to a victory, following their draw with Chelsea last weekend.

Every side however is chasing Tottenham, with the unbeaten Spurs side sitting top of the Premier League table and they are very much the team to catch currently.

Here are our EPL tips for the next round of fixtures in the Premier League this season:

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EPL Week 10 Predictions

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham – Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace ($4.50)

Tottenham ($1.85)

Draw ($4)

Two London sides face off as Crystal Palace take on Tottenham, in what should be a big game for both teams. Palace are plugging away under Roy Hodgson without too much tangible reward, and they will be doing all they can to avoid a relegation scrap this term. Tottenham meanwhile are sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table and their fans are daring to dream that this could indeed be their year. Palace on a Friday night is a tough place to go but Tottenham should prevail here.

Betting tip: Tottenham to win the match ($1.85)

Tottenham to win 2-1

Chelsea vs Brentford – Stamford Bridge

Chelsea ($1.66)

Brentford ($5.60)

Draw ($4.20)

A West London derby is up next, with Chelsea taking on Brentford at Stamford Bridge. The blues finally seem to be ticking this season, after a rough start to the campaign and how they would love to get one over old foes Brentford here. The Bees had been going through somewhat of a rough patch but their big win over Burnley last time out has the look of a real confidence booster, as they look to crack the top half. This will be a good one, with Chelsea most likely to come out on top.

Betting tip: Chelsea to win the match ($1.66)

Chelsea to win 3-1

Bournemouth vs Burnley – Vitality Stadium

Bournemouth ($2.20)

Burnley ($3.50)

Draw ($4.20)

Two sides in the relegation shake up face off, as Bournemouth take on Burnley. The Cherries are yet to win this season and find themselves stuck to the foot of the table, with a serious amount of work to do already. Burnley meanwhile have also endured a tough start to the campaign under Vincent Kompany and the step up in class in the Premier League has proved a little too hot to handle so far. Calling this one is tough and both sides may opt to settle for a draw.

Betting tip: The match to finish as a draw ($4.20)

1-1 Draw

Arsenal vs Sheffield United – Emirates Stadium

Arsenal ($1.13)

Sheffield United ($25)

Draw ($11)

Title-chasing Arsenal will be looking to keep pace with Tottenham at the top of the pile as they take on lowly Sheffield United. The Gunners are continuing to grow in stature under Mikel Arteta and are dreaming of breaking their 20-year Premier League title duck. Sheffield United meanwhile will be focusing on staying afloat and it won’t be games such as this where they are judged, with a comfortable home win seemingly on the cards.

Betting tip: Arsenal to win the match ($1.13)

Arsenal to win 3-0

Wolves vs Newcastle United – Molineux

Wolves ($4.40)

Newcastle United ($1.84)

Draw ($4)

Wolves will be looking to secure another major scalp, as they host Newcastle United at Molineux. A famous win over Manchester City last month is still being dined out on in Wolverhampton and they will be looking for a repeat performance in this one. Newcastle meanwhile will still be reeling from their Champions League loss to Borussia Dortmund, and they will want an immediate response. This will be tight, but Newcastle should just about get the job done.

Betting tip: Newcastle United to win the match ($1.84)

Newcastle United to win 2-1

West Ham United vs Everton – London Olympic Stadium

West Ham United ($2.15)

Everton ($3.55)

Draw ($3.80)

West Ham take on Everton, with David Moyes welcoming his former club. The Hammers have been in decent nick in the Premier League but their thumping loss to Aston Villa last weekend is something they will need to address. Everton meanwhile are starting to show glimpses of hope in their fight from dropping into the relegation zone and they should have the tools to trouble West Ham here. This should be a home win for West Ham, but Everton could surprise a few in this one.

Betting tip: West Ham United to win the match ($2.15)

West Ham United to win 3-2

Liverpool vs Nottingham Forest – Anfield

Liverpool ($1.30)

Nottingham Forest ($11)

Draw ($6.50)

Liverpool will be eager to continue their positive start to the season, as they take on Nottingham Forest. Jurgen Klopp’s reds are fully in the mix for the Premier League title, and they look to have the bit between their teeth once again this term. Nottingham Forest meanwhile look to be finding their feet in the Premier League this season, following an indifferent last campaign and their recent results have been cause for optimism. Liverpool will be up for this one and should get the job done here.

Betting tip: Liverpool to win the match ($1.30)

Liverpool to win 3-0

Aston Villa vs Luton Town – Villa Park

Aston Villa ($1.29)

Luton Town ($12)

Draw ($6.50)

Aston Villa host Luton Town, hoping to continue their push for the top 6 or potentially better this term. The Villains have been imperious at home under Unai Emery and are dreaming of European football again next term. Luton meanwhile are starting to cause a few teams some problems in the Premier League, and they are a well organised outfit that won’t roll over here at Villa Park. This should be tighter than the odds suggest but Villa should get the job done.

Betting tip: Aston Villa to win the match ($1.29)

Aston Villa to win 3-1

Brighton vs Fulham – AMEX Stadium

Brighton ($1.55)

Fulham ($6)

Draw ($4.80)

Two more sides that look to entertain face off, as Brighton host Fulham in a potentially fascinating clash. Brighton have European football to juggle this term, as well as plenty of injuries but they are a classy outfit, capable of beating anybody on their day – particularly at home. Fulham meanwhile have produced some half decent results in recent weeks, but their away form will be troubling Marco Silva. This should be a good one, with Brighton potentially too good for Fulham here.

Betting tip: Brighton to win the match ($1.55)

Brighton to win 3-1

Manchester United vs Manchester City – Old Trafford

Manchester United ($5.60)

Manchester City ($1.70)

Draw ($4.10)

The Manchester Derby is the headline act on a busy weekend, with City heading over to Salford to take on United. A couple of late wins in recent games has given United cause for optimism but Erik ten Hag is still battling away with personnel and injuries. City meanwhile got back to winning ways last weekend against Brighton, before showing even more character to beat Young Boys in the Champions League. Derbies are always tough to predict and both sides may end up settling for a draw.

Betting tip: The match to finish as a draw ($4.10)

1-1 Draw

EPL Week 10 multi bet

We’re backing four results this week as a four-leg multi with a betting stake of $50:

Brighton vs Fulham – Brighton to win
Liverpool vs Nottingham Forest – Liverpool to win
Arsenal vs Sheffield United – Arsenal to win
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham – Tottenham to win

A $50 wager would pay out $210.62 if successful at the current odds.

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About Sam Hayes

Combining his sports coaching career with freelance journalism, Sam is a sports betting writer for various online publications. He is looking to develop both his respective coaching and writing careers, whilst incorporating his other huge passion - travelling the world. Sam currently lives and works in Milan, Italy and playing/following/writing about cricket, football (soccer), tennis, formula 1 and golf continue to take up much of his spare time.